Wednesday's top stories at

The Live 5 Newsroom is busy working on stories Wednesday. Here are several of the top stories on We will be updating these stories and more throughout the day.

Second officer caught up in bikini car wash investigation

A day after photographs surfaced on the Internet of a Moncks Corner police officer getting his patrol car washed by bikini-clad strippers at a popular tattoo studio in Goose Creek, a second law enforcement official is caught up in the investigation.

This time a Berkeley County Sheriff's Deputy is being investigated for not only attending the charity car wash, but for being one of the bikini-clad women washing cars.

Police respond to shooting at North Charleston Walmart

Police are responding to a shooting at the Walmart in North Charleston on Rivers Avenue.

According to police, one person may have been shot in the hand.

Rescue crews searching for missing swimmer in Ashley River

Charleston rescue crews have resumed their air and water search for a swimmer who went missing near the Ashley River Bridges.

The Coast Guard was notified at approximately 11:30 p.m. Tuesday that three men jumped off the Route 17 Bridge and two of the three men swam to a local dock.

Jackie L. Washington, 22, of Charleston, did not make it to shore and was last seen treading water south of the Ashley River Bridge near the James Island Connector.

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Solicitor to pursue attempted murder charge for accused shooter

A Socastee High School student accused of opening fire on a school resource officer on Tuesday afternoon has been taken into custody by police.

Sgt. Robert Kegler, spokesman for the Horry County Police Department, said the 14-year-old is being held at the Department of Juvenile Justice in Columbia.

Cottageville mayor resigns, interim steps into office

The mayor of Cottageville has resigned his position, sources close to the town's administration reported Wednesday.

According to those sources, the resignation of George White came after a years-long battle with council members over dissolving the town and being incorporated into the Colleton County government.